Daniel Isenberg created the Scale Up Ecosystems methodology and is globally recognized as a pioneer of scale up practices and methodologies, which have been field tested throughout the world. In addition to having been an entrepreneur and venture capitalist in Israel, Daniel has been a professor at Harvard and Columbia Business Schools, Babson College (adjunct), and an associate of the Growth Lab at the Harvard Kennedy School. Daniel has written Worthless Impossible and Stupid: How Contrarian Entrepreneurs Create and Capture Extraordinary Value and over 35 HBR articles on scaling up and growth entrepreneurship. He holds the Ph.D. degree in social psychology from Harvard University.
Elaine Eisenman is responsible for all aspects of developing the talent and organizational platforms for accelerated growth. She served for 12 years as Dean of Executive Education at Babson College and was general manager and human resources executive at American Express, Enhance Financial Services, The Children’s Place and other companies. Elaine is an expert in all aspects of human resources and their alignment with strategy. She is the author of the forthcoming, Betrayed: A Survivor’s Guide to Lying,Cheating,and Double-Dealing and other works. Elaine received the Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from New York University, and the M.S. from Columbia University.
Kevin Mulcahy is responsible for all aspects of helping companies plan and execute accelerated growth, focusing on managing cash and non-cash resources to build resilient growth. In addition to previously lecturing on entrepreneurship at Babson College and serving as an executive education coach at the Harvard Business School, Kevin is co-author of The Future Workplace Experience and has served in executive roles at Sprint and other companies. Kevin received the B.A. degree from Trinity College in Dublin and the M.B.A. from Boston College.
Tim Marken teaches revenue generation and growth, including sales, sales management, and marketing and is an expert in helping business owners achieve their growth potential. Among other positions, Tim led US sales and operations for the Gartner Group, building his operation to 300 people and growing revenues four-fold, and later led their acquisitions of 25 companies globally. He has also served as chief revenue officer for the Boston Globe, EVP of sales at Marquis Jet where he also grew revenues four-fold, and was an award-winning sales rep and manager at Xerox for eight years. Tim has been a founder and partner in marketing, consultancy and event management firms. Tim has taught entrepreneurship, sales and marketing at Babson Executive Education for over 15 years He received the B.S. at Babson and the M.B.A. from Harvard Business School (1991).